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tomorrow. cornell bernard has a preview for us. >> the stage is set here at city hall to celebrate the giants everywhere you look. folks are already starting to gather and checking out the imrand strand where the giants parade will pass by. >> a big party being planned at city hall where it is all about banners and hundreds of balloons. celebrating the giants' world series win. >> at pier54, they are stapling up a storm. joy i just do what i am told -- >> i just do i am told. i staple. >> they have one goal, cover the floats from front to back in orange and black in time for the victory parade. >> now we can go through the floats like termites getting them ready. i suspect don't stand here too long. they probably will decorate you. >> giant support staff will ride on the float. the players themselves will travel the parade in vintage cars. organizers say the parade will be bigger in score than 2010, the last time the giants won the world series. the marching band from greerdon high school is practicing for the parade. >> right now there is excitement at the school and everyone is j
, cornell belcher. ari, i know you say the romney campaign would not be running any ads at this stage of the game if they don't have reason to believe they were effective tactics but whether they work or not, shouldn't the truth count for something? just factually it's just not correct. >> anderson, let's separate the two issues. on the apology tour, if you try to make a literal definition about the word apology, i don't think that makes this ad invalid. what mitt romney's point is, is that the president goes abroad and speaks derisively about america, talks about the things america has done wrong in the president's opinion in the past and this is how in 2009 he took office. call it an apology, call it an excuses tour, call it america should be different tour, it all gets the same point. i think it's justifiable in politics. as for the number of ships, look, that's a factual matter. if the facts are wrong, then that portion of the ad needs to be recut and he should put whatever the accurate number is, the lowest number of ships since 1939 or whatever the appropriate year is. the broad
, cornell belcher, coming up. jim, governor romney hit 50 for the first time, that abc news/"washington post" tracking poll, national poll. that is a significant number for any candidate, right? >> it really is, anderson. when you look at the independent numbers in those polls -- in that poll right now, it is very interesting because according to that poll, independents are moving in mitt romney's direction. he has a 19-point lead among independents in that poll, a 27-point lead among independents when it comes to who would best handle the economy and a ten-point lead in terms of who best understands people's problems but i have to point out that the romney campaign earlier this afternoon put out a memo calling into question a "time" magazine poll that came out yesterday showing the president with a five-point lead. some campaigns tout polls they like, they diminish polls that they don't like, but i have to tell you, i talked to a senior romney advisor earlier today who said look at the trend lines in this race, look at where this race stood a week ago, two weeks ago, and look at where it is
of the worst tragedies. october 16th, 2002, the home of cornell and angela was fire bombed. they and their five children died in the fire. as a result of the deaths, neighbors, leaders and faith based groups worked together to build a monument to the dawsons here at 1401 east preston. that monument has become the dawson safe haven center for children and families. i have reggie with the housing department and pam carter joining me, the director with the center, good morning, thank you for joining us. tell us about what is going through your mind ten years after the death of the dawsons. >> it's a great feeling for me today to be here, ten years after the tragedy that's occurred here. it gives me a warm feeling that we are able to keep the memory of the family alive and focuses on what we can continue to do in the future. >> tell us about what you are seeing, what you do to help the community. >> what we do is work with the children in the community, we have 45, 46 children come to us after they are dismissed. we work with them with school work to enhance what they are doing in school. we tutor
to cornell belcher for the obama campaign coming up in the next segment, who basically argues that in trying to reach out to, you know, the small number of undecided voters, to soccer moms somewhere, had he been too negative, had he gone on the attack and called mitt romney a liar, that would have turned them off. do you buy that, david? >> no, i don't buy that. why would they be out making the arguments they're making today because they think they're effective today, why didn't they make them last night. i think gloria is exactly right. this is -- obama has had a very good campaign. he's got a very good team supporting him. but there is a tendency here for the president to sit on his lead. i think we saw that at the democratic convention. you know, the clinton speech was the highlight of that convention, not the obama speech. and here he came into this, i think he sat on his lead last night and what you learn in this game is the other guy and by the way, i disagree with gloria on one thing. i think this was a new mitt romney we saw last night. one we haven't seen before. i don't think he wa
's talking against doesn't. cornell belcher and ralph reed join us. stay tuned. 0ñ@ñfÑ >>> welcome back. in raw politics tonight, more on president obama's performance last night in denver, as we have been reporting president obama himself knowthat he lost the debate. he's upset about it. here to talk about it tonight, obama 2012 pollster, cornell belcher. also, ralph reed. chairman of the faith and freedom coalition. cornell, bored, aloof, some said even arrogant. those are some of the words used today and last night to describe president obama on that stage. what exactly was the strategy heading into this? was there a strategy? >> what you saw last night from the president was the president trying to lay out the facts to those few undecided voters that are still out there. here's our plan, here's how we want to move the country forward versus mitt romney and his plan about moving the country forward. the problem with the debate last night is that one candidate showed up talking about the facts of their plan and the other candidate showed up with a completely different plan, and was co
for the factual issue if what you said is 100% right and i don't doubt it about the number of ships. >> cornell, you think these ads are aimed at energizing governor romney's base and at this point, is that who the ads should be targeted at? >> well, from a campaign standpoint, two points. one, from a campaign standpoint, if you're having to do ads in the last two weeks of a campaign to really sort of energize your base, not go after a sort of middle america swing voters, look, we all know, i think ari will agree with me that that woman in middle america that's sitting around her kitchen table trying to figure out how to pay for her kids' college and buy food, isn't counting ships. so clearly i think it's sort of aimed at the base and if you're doing ads sort of aimed at your base two weeks out from the election that's strictly for your base you're telling us you have problems in your base. the other point i want to make here, it's not the one thing, it is a pattern here that's sort of part of the narrative here where you have, you know, item after item or thing after thing with the romney camp
parade tomorrow. abc7 news reporter cornell is live this morning on how to get where you want to go. that's good information. >> who says there's in the enough to do in san francisco, right, teary? so many events, so many people. as you see, we are live here on the marina green, soon-to-be the center of it all for events like america cup's yacht racing. here you see the event tents already set up. and fleet week action with the blue angels. of course, it will all mean gridlock on the roads where there will be lane closers on the embark dear row. and don't forget the hardly strictly blue grass festival in golden gate park. thousands of people expected to go in as well. some say they are feeling lucky, they will bring the car into the city. others will let muni do the driving. >> we are just going to drive and get here early and get a good spot and camp out. >> i live in the glen park neighborhood so sometimes i just take 44 bus up to the top of the hill. from there it's all downhill. >>. >> we are pleading with people to take public transportation if you can do it. and pack your patience,
on november 4th, not october 8th. >> we will talk to cornell belcher, a pollster for the obama campaign in a moment. dan, the president's campaign, are they saying anything publicly about these numbers, acknowledging them one way or the other? >> they are. i talked to a couple campaign officials. they told me the state of the race is what it has been, which is as they said, quote, close and competitive, in these key battleground states. they believe with a slight lean towards the president but as you pointed out, they are raising some questions about the sampling use in the polling, the number of democrats versus l,bu i cpaig thi polrsusp done, is even when the poll numbers have been very highfor the obama campaign, they are sort of downplaying them publicly, sayi that they always run as if they are five ints down, that they're pushinha toward the finish line. so ain, they're sort of taking this more sortf modest view of these nus tt co out but noess, they are concerned. i mean the president has been leading in allth pol for the most part thug campaign. now it shows mitt romney with s
stanford ph.d won for his work in economics along with ucla professor lloyd shapley. cornell bernard is on campus. >> reporter: the phone rang at professor roth's house 3:30 this morning but he slept through the phone rang again, he picked up it was stockholm calling saying he had won the prize in economics. he spoke to reporters and got a standing ovation. he is a stanford economist, 60-years-old and pioneer in match making series and formulas, he redesigned matching up doctors with hospitals, organs with transplant recipients and students with the right schools. >> economics has somehow a reputation among some parts of the public as being boring about prices and statistics. but, i've always thought of economics as being not just part of the social sciences but humanities because it gives us a window into people's lives at some of the biggest crossing points. >> reporter: dr. roth says he did not expect to win it was a big surprise. he shares the award and the million dollar prize with dr. lloyd shapley at ucla what do you do after winning the nobel prize? dr. roth says nothing spec
and that is good. speaking of best friends, as you recall, my best friend was with us, cornell west. >> how can i forget? tavis: i told them, i'm go hawke. i am scared out of my mind. will you please come in with me and call me down+++we came in on but checkoff. i had more fun listening to you guys talk and doing the scene. >> that guy is one of the major lions on the planet. i think that is a ferocious intellect. i admire him a lot. i am doing it chekhov play right now. we're doing even off in new york. -- we're doing i've enouivanoffw york. >> i will be there on november 3. tavis: what is fascinating for me about your story, about your life and your expression of why you think he survived as a child actor, is that he started in a very different place than some people. both of your parents were teenagers. you were born to teenage parents. we talk the last time that your mom to keep to haiti because she wanted you to understand poverty and the other side of privilege when you're just a kid. by solo that about your mom, that she exposed due to that -- i still love that about your mom, this exposed
will be hitting the market. >>> a live look at the apple officials on stage now in san jose. cornell bernard joins us live with the big questions the price and the features. >> reporter: we are still waiting for the price. there is a frenzy here in downtown san jose. apple fans have been waiting a very longtime this morning we are getting our first look at the new ipad mini it was unveiled a few minutes ago in true apple fashion was kept a closely guarded secret, until now. the 7 inch. pad, apple calls it more than a shrunken down regular version of the ipad. this one is thin, has a high resolution screen, large enough to hold in your hand. tech experts say the new device will give competing products like kindle fire a run for its money. >> come holiday season, consumer goes into a store or online and looking at options. right now amazon and google have tablets that you can buy for less than $200. apple have that. if they can narrow that gap on price they give peep more reason to buy an apple product. >> reporter: apple announced new lighter version of the its mac book and i-mac. experts say the i
experience tonight. cornell? >> dan, just an amazing night of baseball at at&t. for the fans, game one of the world series did not disappoint. but those not luck ay enough to have a ticket -- lucky enough to have a ticket took their chances with scalpers. giants fans spill out of at&t park over joyed. game one of the world series belongs to them. fans want to say vor every moment of the win. >> pablo three home runs for pablo. amazing. >> the panda, pablo sandoval wowed fans over and over again. three home runs in early innings. >> it is awesome just to be here. it is a great experience. i am speechless, i really am. >> the giants are on fire right now. it is looking good. >> just getting to the game was expensive for those needing to park. we topped parking lots doubling and tripling their prices. >> how much for parking right now? >> $140. i am not able to pay that money, but i charge that money. >> other garages charged $ninety. but they seemed ready to raise prices if necessary. >> last week i was here and paid $30 and now it is $90 for parking. i guess the price of the world serie
. cornell? >> dan, just an amazing night of baseball at at&t. for the fans, game one of the world series did not disappoint. but those not luck ay enough to have a ticket -- lucky enough to have a ticket took their chances with scalpers. giants fans spill out of at&t park over joyed. game one of the world series belongs to them. fans want to say vor every moment of the win. >> pablo three home runs for pablo. amazing. >> the panda, pablo sandoval wowed fans over and over again. three home runs in early innings. >> it is awesome just to be here. it is a great experience. i am speechless, i really am. >> the giants are on fire right now. it is looking good. >> just getting to the game was expensive for those needing to park. we topped parking lots doubling and tripling their prices. >> how much for parking right now? >> $140. i am not able to pay that money, but i charge that money. >> other garages charged $ninety. but they seemed ready to raise prices if necessary. >> last week i was here and paid $30 and now it is $90 for parking. i guess the price of the world series. >> ticket scalpers we
cornell? found cornell university. >> jimmy: oh, is that right? >> but these are all people i don't know personally. >> jimmy: i never imagined i would play a game of ezra trivia. and yet, here we are. i heard this is your first time on a talk show. >> it's true. i'm terrified right now. >> jimmy: are you really? >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: you seem very comfortable. [ cheers and applause ] >> that's reassuring. >> jimmy: where are you from? >> i'm from the factory filth and manicured lawns of new jersey. >> jimmy: is that right? what part of new jersey are you from? >> bergen county. yeah, what up. jersey in the house, okay. >> jimmy: do you come from a big family? >> um -- i come from a five-person family. my mother and then also my father, a classic. >> jimmy: i have those. >> those are most. >> jimmy: standards. >> and then i have two older sisters. it was a female dominated home. >> jimmy: how much older are they? >> three and eight years. i think. >> jimmy: so you really were under their power. >> oh, yeah, completely. completely. >> jimmy: yeah, so, would they make you play house? and
, the home of cornell and angela dawson was fire bombed. mr. and mrs. dawson died in the fire. neighbors, community leaders and faith based groups worked together to build a monument on east preston. that monument has become the dawson safe haven center for children and family. we have reggie with the baltimore city housing department joining me live. good morning, take us back ten years up out here that night, what was going through your mind? >> what a sat night seeing five bodies, -- sad night, seeing five bodies, six bodies taken out of the property. it was devastating to all of us, we never want to experience that again in the city. it was heart breaking. all because angela dawson and cornell dawson were not going to let a drug dealer sit on their front steps. that's what the cause of this incident was about. >> reporter: what do you want the community to get out of this? >> first and foremost, make sure people understand the city has taken steps to make sure this never happens again in the city. we are conscious when people call us about concerns when drug dealers or people are do
four years. >> the romney lies continue in virginia. tonight retired cornell lawrence wilkerson. >>> the president dedicates a national monument to cesar chavez and the theorists foam at the mouth. >> do you think they change the numbers? >> i do. >> ari melber from the latest on the reality. >> the reason we face a difficult in our problem-solving mechanism is a good portion of the country has created an alternate universe. >> in a new study, shows america just how discriminatory and racist the republican early to stop early voting really was. you won't believe these numbers. >>> good to have you with us. thanks for watching. mitt romney is following up his debate performance in denver last week by introducing the country to the new mitt romney. the new mitt romney is not the candidate we've seen for the last couple of years. last week romney lied about his policies on taxes, education and health care. today the candidate's positions went under the knife during a speech at the military institute. romney laid out a complete reversal on his strategy for middle east peace. >> i'll
of the celebrations throughout the evening. right now we will get to abc7 news reporter cornell bernard who is in san leandro. the merchandise is being freshly minted right now, cornell. >> yes, here it is. this is the color a lot of people will be wearing come tomorrow. you know, the exact moment the giants won the game is when all ofness workers here at studio -- when all of these workers here went to work making it official on t-shirts, giants are world series champs. thousands and thousands of world series t-shirts are being printed fast and furious declaring the giants world champs. no time to waste getting the gear to retail outlets as soon as tomorrow. owners say knowing when to start printing wasn't an easy decision. >> we had a little slow start because we told our employees if they are ahead by two runs in the seventh head on in. that didn't really happen this time. we were scrambling at the last minute to get everybody in. >> chuck johnson says his company will be working for the next 15 hours straight to get these t-shirts out to where they need to go. this was definitely the busiest nigh
cornell bernard who is in san leandro. the merchandise is being freshly minted right now, cornell. >> yes, here it is. this is the color a lot of people will be wearing come tomorrow. you know, the exact moment the giants won the game is when all ofness workers here at studio -- when all of these workers here went to work making it official on t-shirts, giants are world series champs. thousands and thousands of world series t-shirts are being printed fast and furious declaring the giants world champs. no time to waste getting the gear to retail outlets as soon as tomorrow. owners say knowing when to start printing wasn't an easy decision. >> we had a little slow start because we told our employees if they are ahead by two runs in the seventh head on in. that didn't really happen this time. we were scrambling at the last minute to get everybody in. >> chuck johnson says his company will be working for the next 15 hours straight to get these t-shirts out to where they need to go. this was definitely the busiest night this company has had since the last time the giants won the world series.
>> funding for "to the contrary" provided by: the cornell douglas foundation committed to encouraging stewardship of the environment, land conservation, watershed protection and eliminating harmful chemicals. additional funding provided by: the colcom foundation. the wallace genetic foundation and by the charles a. frueauff foundation. >> this week on "to the contrary" first, is affirmative action still necessary? then, latina voter turnout and behind the headlines: women who lead drug cartels. hello, i'm bonnie erbe. welcome to to the contrary, a discussion of news and social trends from diverse perspectives. up first, the supreme court and affirmative action. next week justices will hear arguments in an affirmative action case that could change admissions policies at public colleges and universities. it marks the first time the supreme court will address the topic in nearly a decade. fisher v. university of texas at austin involves a white student, abigail fisher, who was denied admission in 2008. it challenges the constitutionality of using race as a factor in admiss
>> funding for "to the contrary" provided by: the cornel douglas foundation. committed to encouraging stewardship of the environment, land conservation, watershed protection and eliminating harmful chemicals. additional funding provided by: the colcom foundation, the wallace genetic foundation, and by the charles a. frueauff foundation. this week on to the contrary: first, little girls and big guns. then, bias against women in science. behind the headlines: bpa, a chemical used in plastic that's everywhere and raising health concerns. >> hello, i'm bonnie erbe. welcome to to the contrary, a discussion of news and social trends from diverse perspectives. up first, tweeting firestorm. gop vice presidential candidate paul ryan generated controversy this week when he stopped off from his campaign to buy hunting gear for his 10-year-old daughter. the avid hunter said his daughter is ready to go hunting for the first time. he bought her a rifle for christmas last year. ryan fans banded together on twitter to show their second amendment support by posting pictures of their d
. bernard is live with both sides of the fan experience tonight. cornell? >> dan, just an amazing nightof. for the fans, game one of the world series did not disappoint. but those not luck ay enough to have a ticket -- lucky enough to have a ticket took their chances with scalpers. giants fans spill out of at&t park over joyed. game one of the world series belongs to them. fans want to say vor every moment of the win. >> pablo three home runs for pablo. amazing. >> the panda, pablo sandoval wowed fans over and over again. three home runs in early innings. >> it is awesome just to be here. it is a great experience. i am speechless, i really am. >> the giants are on fire right now. it is looking good. >> just getting to the game was expensive for those needing to park. we topped parking lots doubling and tripling their prices. >> how much for parking right now? >> $140. i am not able to pay that money, but i charge that money. >> other garages charged $ninety. but they seemed ready to raise prices if necessary. >> last week i was here and paid $30 and now it is $90 for parking. i guess the
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